The King's Man

audience Reviews

, 80% Audience Score
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
    This was a pretty bad movie, only positive was Rhys Ifans, who was brilliant as Rasputin. Disappointing because I was hoping this movie would make up for a terrible sequel, after really enjoying the first Kingsman movie, which was quite original. This had a bad script, editing, directing, even acting surprisingly, except for Ifans, who was killed off way too early. Why not just make him the antagonist? I don't like giving 1 star, but when a plane crashes and nobody notices, you deserve 1 star for lazy moviemaking.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    So fun and entertaining with Ralph Fiennes incredible performance. Funny and splendid!
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    Good action, 10/10 Rasputin, good effects, fun
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
    I wanted to love this movie, I love the other Kingsman movies. It just fell so terribly flat. I ended up stopping halfway through because I was so uninterested in what was happening or the story it was trying to tell. Just my opinion but I think it misses the mark
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Creative Story, Brilliant Pacing. The Kings Man tells an amazing story that blends into history so well you think this is what really happen with great casting and wonderful storytelling that bring together a perfect prequel.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Despite the other reviews, I thought it was a tasteful screenplay comprised of great actors and bits of history. The first two kingsman movies are good, but they're quite gruesome. This one is clean, historical, and not over-the-top action like the first movie (or over-the-top bloody like the church scene). Overall really good.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    I missed the FUN of the first two in this series. And this one has gratuitous violence. One star, really, but there is some inspired choreography: the evil Rasputin (Rhys Ifans) rocks a mid-point set piece that's fantastic. Plus there is a fortress-to-be-overtaken that's amazing. So two stars. Then there are real tears. Then some twisted history....wait, I gotta add a third star. Can't wait for the next one!
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    it was sad. not emotionally though because there's no emotion in this film. its all tell, no show.
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
    Nothing like the first two. Good cast aside, this film has barely any action and is a super slow war drama that isn't even interesting. It feels like a middle finger to people who liked the first one or two, like we were stupid for it.
  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
    Update: maybe i was bit too harsh. But watching movie I was frequently hit by bad lines. But it was miles. Miles, better, than the second movie of the series. The golden circle. Which was. Wow! Also, such a good potential. And good notes. I like everything about the basics kings man. But the details. Well.... that is why the score is so low. I mean it's not even satire sometimes. I am so sour. Because, man, this could have been one of my all time favorite movies. And yet, i fell like the dialogues and the predictability ruined it. It takes a good and solid ground. It has a solid base, and ruins it with stupid, cliquey, basic, predictable details, quite like your favorite cake, made by inept baker. The dialogues are awfully distasteful, akin to something written by me in 3rd grade, the directorship is awful, the stories about the royals have such a great potential. Yet it is ruined by script and directorship, that makes me feel like untalented screenwriter took a good story, that someone else outlined for them and spoiled it. Which is a shame, because it had such a potential. A spy story. A history background of epic proportions. Elegance, honour and glamour. And yet it all comes down to this bad execution, where everything is either erratic, absurd or damn predictable. Kinda reminds me of Netflix series Lupon. Also had such a rich potential, rich background, endless possibilities, to became a series, people remeber for a long time. But the plot holes ruined any good there was.